Siam Center x Medicom Toy (Japan) Worldwide Tour II Be@rbrick

The Siam Center in Bangkok has announced it has joined forces with Japanese toy manufacturer Medicom Toy to host the famed Be@rbrick World Wide Tour II, an exhibition that showcases some of the rarest and highly-coveted bear figurines in existence. Among the limited edition Bearbricks on display will be from graffiti artist Andre Saraiva, illustrator James Jarvis, photographer Mika Ninagawa, NEIGHBORHOOD founder Shinsuke Takizawa and Hong Kong native Edison Chen.

In addition to a commemorative tribute to Thai graphic designer and street artist Mamafaka, a Thai-themed Bearbrick wearing Muay Thai shorts and gloves, and the traditional Mongkol and Prajioud, will also be released.

The Be@rbrick Worldwide Tour 2 runs through until July 13.

Edison Chen’s 3125C “Unlucky 13” pop-up exhibition coinciding with Art Basel Hong Kong

A preview of Edison Chen’s 3125C “Unlucky 13” Galleria (Hong Kong)

Edison Chen’s “3125C Unlucky 13” Pop-Up Galleria in Hong Kong

Edison Chen is presenting his latest project, a pop-up and galleria event slated for launch in Hong Kong on March 13. Titled “3125C Unlucky 13,” the pop-up and galleria will feature Chen’s favorite contemporary art and memorabilia not available elsewhere. To celebrate the launch of the event, 13 lucky fans will be able to win a chance to meet Edison Chen himself at the launch event at midnight.

The popup will include special collaborative items with P.A.M., Vanquish, The Fourness, Chevignon and artist Cali Thornhill Dewitt. Enter the contest at 3125C’s website here.

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CLOT x Medicom Toy 1000% “Polar” Bearbrick

Following his effort in curating Medicom Toy’s Bearbrick Worldwide Tour 2 in Shanghai this past September, CLOT x Medicom Toy 1000% have released the “Polar” Bearbrick designed by Edison Chen.

The Bearbrick’s white body offers minimalist white body save for hits of color in its ears, for a clean overall look. Edison’s personal touch can be seen in the Bearbrick’s facial profile, hand drawn by Edison himself, as well as the “I’m cold” quote printed across the toy’s leg which pokes fun at Edison’s more commonly used phrases.

Packaged in a matching white box that portrays a sketch of the enclosed toy, the “Polar” Bearbrick is now available for purchase from CLOT’s online store for the retail price of $619 USD.

JUICE Sheung Wan (Hong Kong) opening

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Having just recently opened a shop in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui area, streetwear retailer JUICE has expanded with another store in the Sheung Wan district. The opening of the Sheung Wan store coincided with the 10th anniversary of owners’ Kevin Poon and Edison Chen’s streetwear label CLOT.

Easily recognizable with its black-and-white waveform mural decorating the shopfront, the interior is an exercise in restrained wooden decor. The shop features brands such as CLOT, Hood By Air, Buscemi, retaW and Études. Head on over to browse around the new store, and check out some of its other products at their online store.


JUICE Sheung Wan
18 Tai Ping Shan Street
Sheung Wan
Hong Kong


 Image of JUICE Sheung Wan Opening

Image of JUICE Sheung Wan Opening

Image of JUICE Sheung Wan Opening

Image of JUICE Sheung Wan Opening

Image of JUICE Sheung Wan Opening

Image of JUICE Sheung Wan Opening



CLOT (Hong Kong) collaborates with P.A.M. to produce “Polygon” Collection

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Melbourne-based fashion house P.A.M. has teamed up with Hong Kong streetwear imprint CLOT to create this “Polygoncapsule collection. Stemming off P.A.M.’s more mature Polygon series, the capsule collection encompasses a crewneck shirt, shorts and pants crafted with comfortable terry fleece material.
Modeled here by CLOT’s creative director Edison Chen, distinctive color blocking and the line’s trademark circular pockets are key features of the collection. Both stylish and functional, the “Polygon” collection is now available via JUICE boutiques and online.
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Image of CLOT x P.A.M. "Polygon" Collection
Image of CLOT x P.A.M. "Polygon" Collection


SHOWstudio links up with Hong Kong artist and innovator Edison Chen

Consistently pushing boundaries in communicating fashion content to the masses, SHOWstudio links up with Hong Kong artist and innovator Edison Chen in its latest episode. In continuation of its fascination with punk culture and the way its influenced trends today, SHOWstudio visits Edison and film producer Vernie Yeung, who have collaborated on a project titled ”Punk: Hate.”

Here, Edison offers his own interpretation to the subculture, cutting up a T-shirt from cult label Hood By Air and adding his own embellishments. Presenting a rare jacket with DIY aesthetics at its core, Edison looks to revolt and anarchy as correlating themes, adding pins and badges over contemporary garments from the likes of CLOT and adidas.

The jacket is now for sale at SHOWstudio for £3,000 GBP (approximately $4,840 USD).


RZA sits down with Edison Chen (CLOT) to discuss martial arts for Frank151

Arts and culture cyber-hub FRANK151 features exclusive curation by Hong Kong streetwear giants CLOT. In this short video accompanying the latest issue, CLOT co-founder Edison Chen sits down with Wu-Tang Clan’s head honcho RZA to discuss the influences of martial arts in the group’s unyielding approach to hip-hop, furthermore making comparison between Shaolin and Staten Island, and the ethos employed in the collective’s music. The insightful conversation also uncovers the meaning behind the group’s illustrious single “Protect Ya Neck,” in addition to taking reference from biblical scriptures and Shaolin and Wu Tang — the iconic film that shaped the group’s core aesthetics.